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Those statutes might have been written with the older “intelligible principle” rule in the background, and they might be vulnerable to the new nondelegation doctrine.Will a 6-3 conservative Supreme Court roll back regulations on business? Not so fast|matthewheimer|October 27, 2020|Fortune
Can we intelligibly aggregate hundreds of millions of individual opinions into one or a few collective opinions?
If ideas are not expressed at all, or not intelligibly, their possessor can not use them, can not correct or make them effective.The Mind of the Child, Part II|W. Preyer
"I hope you won't get to thinking about her, then," his mother entreated, intelligibly but not definitely.Fennel and Rue|William Dean Howells
He has the advantage of understanding English, and will soon speak it intelligibly.
They used few terms of Art, plainly and intelligibly expressing the parts affected, their Diseases and Remedies.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne|Thomas Browne
Possibly the following series of tables will serve our purpose most intelligibly.The Ceramic Art|Jennie J. Young
British Dictionary definitions for intelligible
- capable of being apprehended by the mind or intellect alone
- (in metaphysical systems such as those of Plato or Kant) denoting that metaphysical realm which is accessible to the intellect as opposed to the world of mere phenomena accessible to the senses